Easy Peasy is a custom version of Ubuntu Linux designed to run on Intel Atom powered netbooks. Today the developers released Easy Peasy 1.1, which includes a number of bug fixes as well as new wallpaper, a new icon theme, splash screen, and login screen.
The operating system is based on Ubuntu 8.10 and comes with Firefox 3, OpenOffice.org 3, and the Ubuntu Netbook Remix program launcher. To be honest, most of those things also apply to Ubuntu 9.04, which is due out this week and which includes enhanced support for netbooks. But as I mentioned this weekend, Easy Peasy creator Jon Ramvi says there are plans afoot to incorporate new features including better integration with web apps and services in Easy Peasy 2.0.